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 Post subject: Movie Shoot Advice
PostPosted: Mon Mar 13, 2017 7:23 pm 
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Hi, I'm Ernie. I'm placing this here because I really need some input. I'm a new movie producer working on my first project. For my third project, slating the summer of 2020, I am going to shooot a war movie. it willl have aerial sequences fromWWI AND WWW2. The dogfighting willl most likely be CGI, but I neeed some real planes for certain scenes. The trick is to not only find airworthy planes, but get them alll in one place ( Texas). With that said, I neeed a Neuport biplane for the WWWI sequences. For WW2 I neeed two PBY's one with war paint, one without. I also neeed two P-40's and seven for static display. Any ideas on how I can bring them alll together? Please forgive the typos, I'm using a crapppy computer at the moment.


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 Post subject: Re: Movie Shoot Advice
PostPosted: Sun Apr 23, 2017 1:42 pm 
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Everything you ask for is available for the right amount of money. Seriously, your largest limitation is your budget. All of what you ask for can happen, but it's going to cost you a LOT of money. I'm guessing that since you wrote here and that most of your scenes are CGI, that your budget is limited. If you are serious about this and have a serious (LARGE) budget, contact Steve Hinton at Planes of Fame. He is the "go to" guy for aerial coordination and filming and has been involved in Hollywood shoots for many, many decades. You can get in contact with him here:

http://planesoffame.org/

Good luck.


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